Posts Tagged "Wiesbaden Area"

Concert: God save the Queen

The show must go on in Wiesbaden on January 24 when the Kurhaus pays tributes to one of the greatest rock bands of all time: Queen. Admission starts at €50…. Read more

New York Gospel Stars in Wiesbaden!

The New York Gospel Stars are coming to Ev. Ringkirche in Wiesbaden on January 18 from 8 p.m. Admission starts at €30. For more information go to www.wiesbaden.de  Photo by… Read more

The Fabulous World of Film Music

Explore the Fabulous World of Film Music at Kurhaus Wiesbaden on January 12 from 7 p.m. Admission starts at €31. For more information go to www.wiesbaden.de  Photo by Stokkete /… Read more

Yesterday – The Beatles Musical

Yesterday – The Beatles Musical performed by the London West End Beatl will take place at Kurhaus in Wiesbaden on January 11. Admission starts at €45. For more information go… Read more

Zell am See – Kaprun: Winter in Austria

Cover photo by Tatiana Popova / Shutterstock.com Story by Ronnie Juhans If you are looking for a change in scenery, culture, and adventure outside of Germany this winter season it can… Read more

ABBA GOLD The Concert Show

A fantastic ABBA tribute show awaits at Wiesbaden’s Kurhaus on January 10 from 8 p.m. Admission starts at €45. For more information go to www.wiesbaden.de  Photo by ABBA Gold

Super Simple Swaps to Reduce Waste

With our planet slowly falling apart, we see words like ‘zero waste’ and ‘sustainability’ floating around the internet and feel guilt-tripped by people with 2 oz. waste jars that hold… Read more

New Year’s Concert

Spend a morning, afternoon and evening in Vienna with Johann-Strauß-Orchester at Kurhaus in Wiesbaden on January 1 and 5 from 8 p.m. and 6 p.m. Admission starts at €30. For… Read more

Concert: The Music of Hans Zimmer

The Music of Hans Zimmer & Others – A Celebration of Filmmusic is an exceptional concert experience you shouldn’t miss at Kurhaus in Wiesbaden on January 4 at 8 p.m…. Read more

Ballet: Swan Lake

The Russian State Ballet will perform Swan Lake with live music at Wiesbaden’s Kurhaus on January 2 from 8 p.m. Admission starts at €45. For more information go to www.wiesbaden.de … Read more

New Year’s Concert

Spend a morning, afternoon and evening in Vienna with Johann-Strauß-Orchester at Kurhaus in Wiesbaden on January 1 and 5 from 8 p.m. and 6 p.m. Admission starts at €30. For… Read more

Why Your New Year’s Resolution Should Be Travelling By Yourself

featured image by Alex Yuzhakov ‘I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.’ -Mark… Read more

Winter Hiking Oberstdorf

Photo by Vitalii Nesterchuk/ shutterstock.com Story by Ronnie Juhans I normally take one-day hikes during the winter in the local areas only a short drive away. However, I decided to… Read more

Russian State Ballet: Nutcracker

See the Russian State Ballet perform Tschaikowsky’s legendary masterpiece Nutcracker with a 30-piece orchestra at Kurhaus Wiesbaden on December 22 at 6 p.m. Admission starts at €67. For more information… Read more

The Death of the Circus

Wiesbaden Christmas Circus

Wiesbaden’s Christmas Circus will be set up on Festgelände Bleichwiese between December 20 and January 5. Admission starts at €30. For more information go to www.wiesbaden.de  Photo by Ollyy /… Read more

Grindelwald Schlittelbahn — World’s longest sled ride

Story by Ronnie Juhans Featured image by FS Stock / Shutterstock.com As Old Man Winter will be visiting us soon, the skiers and snowboarders are anxiously awaiting the opening of… Read more

Christmas Stollen

Story by Nicole Karsch-Meibom Photo by Bochkarev Photography / Shutterstock.com If you haven’t tasted it yet, go ahead! Stollen — or German Christmas bread — is a holiday season must-have…. Read more

German Plätzchen recipes

Germans love Christmas Cookies so much that they designated an entire word to it: “Plätzchen.“ This means if you’re looking for cookies anytime between January and October, they’re “Kekse” but… Read more

Sweeney Todd at the English Theatre

Photos by Martin Kaufhold The English Theatre in Frankfurt, the largest English language theatre in continental Europe, was founded in 1979 by three Americans and one South African and has… Read more

Würzburg For Foodies

Würzburg, a Franconian gem, was founded in the 10th century and is known today as a charming, lively university town overflowing with wineries and churches. Although the majority of Würzburg… Read more

Weimar – cultural capital of the 18th century

Let Weimar’s rich cultural and literary history enchant you during a cozy weekend away. Here’s the thing: I love historical figures. There’s just something about learning what inspired humans to become who… Read more

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The one and only Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is the biggest and most famous event in Germany and the world’s largest fair, with over six million people attending every year.

Wine, Castles and a Carriage Ride

Make an ordinary weekend to a very extraordinary one! Take a horse and carriage ride through the Rheingau vineyard, while sipping Riesling wine and castle hopping.

International Delights at the Whisky Museum in Kirn

The castle and guard house, which house the Whisky Museum, are landmarks of the town of Kirn.

Become an Adventurer at Gondwana Prähistorium

“That wasn’t a museum. That was an adventure” were my friend’s first words when we left and it really was. Gondwana – Das Prähistorium sums up the history of the… Read more

Fleckenstein Castle hike; Alsace

by Ronnie Juhans contributing writer The German-French border is the perfect hiking getaway, boasting beautiful trails, 12th century historic architecture and best of all, it’s right on our doorstep. The Alsace… Read more

Lambic: Belgium’s Magical Beer

by Nate Cairney It took me a while to try a lambic beer. This wasn’t because I doubted it would be good — lambic lovers I knew swore by the… Read more

Rotterdam: One of Europe’s Brilliant Cities

by Nate Cairney contributing writer (featured image) Rotterdam, Netherlands, skyline with harbor. A major logistic and economic centre, Rotterdam is Europe’s largest port with a population of currently 633,471 inhabitants…. Read more

Glan River Canoe Adventure

by Ronnie Juhans Canoeing is one of those outdoor activities that compares to hiking when it comes to a relaxing day outdoors. A peaceful ride on the river with overhanging… Read more

Eat Healthy

Paleo, vegan, low carb – healthy nutrition has become a part of society in the form of various nutrition concepts. And they all claim to be the healthiest way to… Read more

Packing Essentials for Travel

Essential Things You Need On Your Packing List

There are a few things that every suitcase or backpack should have in it before you set off.

Dolomites: Welcome To Your Italian Adventure

Story by Nate Cairney In northern Italy, where the massive Dolomite mountains dominate the land, you can find a different sort of country. This is adventure Italy. Adventure Italy gets… Read more

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Things to Know about Swimming Pools & Lakes in Germany

With the weather finally starting to warm up, Germany’s many public pools and lakes are open for business. Here are a few of the rules and etiquette that can help you make the most of your time cooling off.

Medieval Charm at Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Rothenburg makes a perfect place for a day trip with all its beauty, history and more. If you haven’t been before or would like to know the highlights, here is a personal walk through this endearing town.

Northern Wales: small place, big adventure

by Nate Cairney Let’s begin in the ivy-shrouded tea room at river’s edge. Located near one end of the ancient stone bridge that spans the river from the valley village… Read more

Thassos: Not your typical Greek island

Story and photos by Nate Cairney Thassos, a Greek island in the north Aegean Sea, is like something from a dream. It is April, and the sea is warm enough… Read more

Finding the best Belgian chocolates: A beautiful mystery

Story by Nate Cairney, featured image by Barbara Dudzinska / shutterstock.com The words “Belgian chocolate” stir the imagination in a way that few other phrases do. You picture rows of… Read more

Trier to Koblenz: Eco biking adventure

Story by Ronnie Juhans Eco adventures are the combination of adventurous activities with environmentally responsible awareness. Destinations and activities vary widely and can be anything from floating on a raging… Read more

Hiking & backpacking in Switzerland

Story by Ronnie Juhans Backpacking during spring and summer breaks is a great way to experience Europe on a budget for many students around the world. Staying at hostels or… Read more

700 Years of Art History in Frankfurt

The Städel Museum in Frankfurt houses 3,100 paintings, 660 sculptures, 4,600 photographs and more than 100,000 drawings and prints. Germany’s most important cultural community foundation also has a spot on the… Read more